South Carolina - Chapter 18 - Interim Measures in the United States in Aid of Arbitration

M. Dawes Cook Jr.
John Fletcher
Page Count: 
16 pages
July, 2022
Author Detail: 

M. Dawes Cooke, Jr. focuses his practice on complex civil litigation,  professional liability defense, construction defect litigation, products liability litigation and personal injury litigation. He is also a mediator and arbitrator, and he frequently lectures on the subject of alternative dispute resolution. He is admitted to the South Carolina Bar and the United States Supreme Court Bar. Mr. Cooke is a Fellow in the American College of Trial Lawyers.

John Fletcher first gained a respect for the intricacies of legal research and writing, while serving as a Research Editor on the University of Pittsburgh Law Review during law school. This admiration of the intellectual aspects of the practice of law—and of the law itself—has remained with him throughout his career. Over his nearly twenty years of practice, Mr. Fletcher has been deeply involved with many of Barnwell Whaley’s most complex and challenging cases, in such varied areas of the law as antitrust, intellectual property and professional malpractice.